Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
gd73-07-28 s1 t02 Bertha
gd73-07-28 s1 t03 Beat It On Down The Line
gd73-07-28 s1 t07 Here Comes Sunhine
gd73-07-28 s1 t08 Looks Like Rain
gd73-07-28 s1 t11 Jack Straw
gd73-07-28 s1 t12 Deal
gd73-07-28 s1 t13 Playin' In The Band
gd73-07-28 s2 t02 Big River
gd73-07-28 s2 t03 He's Gone
gd73-07-28 s2 t05 El Paso
gd73-07-28 s2 t06 China Cat Sunflower
gd73-07-28 s2 t12 Sing Me Back Home
- Thanks to Rob Eaton for both the master reel source and transfer
- Thanks to Charlie Miller for coordinating this effort
- All of the 1st set and most of the 2nd set has been pitch corrected. The 1st set was a mess. As I understand it, the deck was inadvertantly on battery power and it wasn't until after "Here Comes Sunshine" that someone realized that the deck was not plugged in. Consequently, there were serious speed issues, culminating in the "chipmunks on speed" version of "Here Comes Sunshine". What made things even more difficult was the fact that the speed issues were non-linear, requiring the pitch to be adjusted in as little as 0:10 increments, with the speed being both slow, then fast, in a matter of seconds. Just to give an idea of the severity, the raw transfer of "Here Comes Sunshine" (HCS Raw) has been included in this torrent for your listening pleasure.
- Sadly, this copy also exhibits a "static" like scratching noise in parts of "He's Gone" and "Truckin'", which has been minimized as best as possible
- Thanks to audiohead22 for his help with the pitch corrections, as well as the "static" like scratching noise present at the end of "He's Gone" and the beginning of "Truckin'"
- Thanks to the folks responsible for the shnid135381 Sony ECM22p source which supplies the "Intro" and first few notes of "Bertha" (0:43 total), as well as a 0:26 patch in "Eyes Of The World"
- Thanks to the folks responsible for the shnid123407 Candelario source which supplies a 0:24 patch in "Loose Lucy", a 0:27 patch in "Truckin'", as well as a 1:17 patch in "I Know You Rider"
- Thanks to the folks responsible for the shnid14196 source for the FM source which supplies a 0:19 patch in "Here Comes Sunshine" where the speed issues could not be corrected, as well as the tuning and first 0:19 of "Looks Like Rain" (0:32 total)
- Multiple sources were used for patching due to the varying sound qualities/wind noise present on each version, at any given time
- There's a tape flip in "Playin' In The Band" that has been smoothed and not patched. Available patch sources didn't lend themselves as patch material,so it was left alone. It is virtually transparent
This is absolutely incredible 73' Dead..5 gold srars.
December 25, 2020 Subject:
Nice Here Comes Sunshine!
My listening pleasure should probably be changed to for at least a few minutes of distraction and hilarity...
Thanks! I was thinking how maybe back in the 80s I had a tape of that... but likely not. There was, however, an exceptional jam into a 69/70 Good Loving that bent all over the place. I credited the band with an amazing ability to really shift speeds and split time and all that, at the time in my youthful ignance! Listening to Jerry do it in a JGB show at Bushnell made me more aware of it! He was pushing the drummer at that time faster or slower... As we know sometimes it was good, sometimes not so good.
One of those things that attracted me to the band and Jerry, at times and in certain ways...
If I was merely tripping my face off while listening to that good lovin back in the day, or it was a speed issue and that's all... would love to know.
I remember making a tape for someone with a speed adjustable turntable... I messed with the sustain on one of the tracks of Talking Heads Fear of Music...
It was awesome!
July 14, 2020 Subject:
Based on all of the pitch corrections noted above, I'd say this show is an absolute diamond in the rough. And what a show it is!!